Village News on vacation
ABOVE: Brenda Andrs and Ronnie Wallace enjoyed their annual vacation at The Villages in Florida recently. Their relatives were delighted to have them an extra week due to Hurricane Florence making travel difficult. They enjoyed reading the Village News between golf games. From left, Ronnie Wallace, Brenda Andrs, Celia... Read more
VN around the world: Traveling in  Australia
Robert Williamson III, a sophomore at Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of the Arts, and graduate of Matoaca HS 2015, has returned from a week of intensive study recently after being chosen as one of two United States delegates for the Australasian Trumpet Academy in Gold Coast, Australia. The academy... Read more
  Pete Hypes and members on his church on mission. The Village News travel with Pete Hypes and members of Bermuda Baptist Church to South Africa on a mission trip. Pictured are Hypes, Vonnie Francis, Linda Uphoff, Anastasia Phetla, and Miki Burley.     Read more
Baseball fans visit Cooperstown, N.Y.
Jackson Drewry, Walter and Elinor Daniels, and Kaylee Field in Cooperstown, N.Y., with the Village News. Read more
Vacationing in Ireland
Mark and Kathy Rich of Chester stand in front of the church where Kathy’s grandparents were married in 1902 located in the village of Killeevan, Ireland. Mark and Kathy recently visited Ireland to meet several of Kathy’s cousins for the first time. Read more
Vacationing at St. Simons Island, Georgia
VN travels the world: Rusbasan travels the world
Chesterfield Twinning group travels to England
Bonnie Agnell traveled with the Chesterfield Twinning Association to Gravesend, Kent, England the week of March 19-25 to participate in the commemoration events to acknowledge the 400th anniversary of the death of Pocahontas. Gravesend is where Pocahantas is buried. There were multiple commemoration events over several days, including a... Read more
Dec. 9  was an exciting and proud day for the Louth family. They attended their grandson’s graduation for army training in Fort Benning, Ga. and the Village News traveled along. Pictured with Pvt. Michael Ethan Louth are his grandparents Ray and Joan Louth. Read more